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Sean Wayland New CD 'Solo" Available Now

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Sean Wayland New CD Solo Available Now

Click Here To Listen & Download: http://cdbaby.com/cd/wayland4

This is my first solo CD. Most tracks were recorded “after hours" at Phil Punch's new Electric Ave studio in Sydney. The piano is a Yamaha C7. Most of the piano tuning was done by Michael Karlberg. I plugged an AKG C24 microphone straight into my motu828 audio card into my laptop. 2 tracks, “Five" and “Rising," were composed more recently (2006) in New York and recorded at The Studio in Brooklyn. The piano is a reasonably new Steinway “b" and the engineer was Jon Rosenberg. The 2 electric tracks were recorded at home in Australia. “Reeks" reeks of Allan Holdsworth to me--hence the title. Unusual for me, I recorded a couple of cover tunes. “All Across the Universe" is a simple reharmonisation of the John Lennon classic. “The Very Thought of Me" is an improvisation based on the changes of “The Very Thought of You."

The CD is available to listen and download at:
http://cdbaby.com/cd/wayland4
or as a download from my website (see below).

My revamped website as some new free videos of my group playing in New York and a new book of compositions for sale.

I plan to visit LA and Australia in Feb 2007, and Europe in May of 2007. I will be touring Australia with Peter Omara (http:// www.peteromara.com).If anyone has any ideas for where I might be able to perform, please contact me at [email protected]

This story appears courtesy of Jim Eigo, Jazz Promo Services.
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